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World's most dominant athlete thanks chiropractor for 51st ST win

Valerie Kasanita Adams, a shot putter from New Zealand, a four-time World champion, three time World Indoor champion and two-time Olympic and Commonwealth champion, thanked her chiropractor In a tweet for her 51st straight win.

Olympic gold medalist David Boudia talks diving and future plans Special

Basketball player and television analyst Rebecca Lobo once said, "Winning an Olympic gold medal is like nothing else." This quotation holds true for 2012 Olympic gold medalist David Boudia.

Russian cosmonauts may take Olympic torch on space walk from ISS

The Olympic torch has certainly made the rounds in its time, but now it's heading for a different location. A team of Russian cosmonauts plan to take the torch for the 2014 Sochi Winter Games into orbit, aboard the ISS.

Video: 'Bladerunner' Oscar Pistorius beats Arabian stud horse

Doha - In this amazing video, South Africa's "Bladerunner", Oscar Pistorius took on a new challenge on Wednesday, and it was the horse that came away with a long face.

Video: Stephan Feck's 'worst Olympic dive ever' goes viral

London - German diver Stephan Feck finished last in the preliminary round of the men's three-meter springboard diving contest at the London Olympics. Although, he came last and was eliminated from the competition, his performance earned him fame.

Minute’s silence for Israelis killed at 1972 Munich Olympics Special

Sydney - Jewish leaders observe a minute’s silence at 11am to remember the eleven Israeli athletes and coaches killed in Munich on 5 September 1972.

Video: Muslim shouts 'Allahu Akbar' — Tries to grab Olympic torch

Gravesend - A 17-year-old Muslim fanatic tries to grab the Olympic torch as it is carried along the A226, Rochester Road in Gravesend, Kent by Anna Skora from Lublin, Poland.

Ralph Lauren pledges US Olympic 2014 uniforms will be made in US

Ralph Lauren announced Friday that the uniforms it will make for the U.S. Olympic team's use at the opening and closing ceremonies of the the 2014 Olympic Winter Games in Sochi, Russia will be made in the USA.

California city, known for Olympic training, faces bankruptcy

Crippled by a staggering legal judgment, a California town and resort area, a popular training destination for Olympic athletes, faces bankruptcy throwing the town's future into question.

Olympic champion horse Hickstead dies during competition

Verona - Hickstead, the horse Eric Lamaze rode to win individual and team medals at the 2008 Olympics, collapsed and died as he was leaving the ring during a World Cup event in Italy.

US Olympic athlete accused of urinating on child in airplane

An elite American Olympic athlete was detained by a flight crew during a cross-country flight after allegedly urinating on a young child.

Former Russian Olympic bear now living in rusty bus

Saint Petersburg - Katya, the bear who performed at the Moscow Olympics in 1980, has spent the last two years living in a cage in a rusty bus on the outskirts of St Petersburg.

FIFA firm on Iran women's Olympic soccer team hijab ban

Amman - FIFA is holding firm to the recent hijab ban that forced the Iranian women's soccer team to forfeit their qualifying matches against Jordan and Vietnam virtually ending their dreams for a berth in the 2012 Olympic games to be held in London.

Visiting Berlin's Olympic stadium Special

Berlin - A trip to the Olympiastadion in Berlin, the Olympic complex which hosted the Olympic Games in 1936 and the legendary performance of Jesse Owens.

Canada's Olympic Women's Hockey Team Takes Heat For Celebration

The International Olympic Committee will be investigating the incident last night of Canada's women's hockey players who later celebrated their win by drinking and smoking on the ice.

Olympic Gold for Canada in Ice Dancing

Vancouver - For the first time in Olympic history, a North American ice dancing team has won a gold medal, and they are Canadian. Tessa Virtue from London and Scott Moir from Ilderton, Ontario, soared to new heights tonight at Pacific Coliseum in Vancouver.

US Olympic Snowboarder Kevin Pearce Seriously Injured

Kevin Pearce, 22, is in critical condition at University of Utah Hospital in Salt Lake City after a training accident Thursday. Pearch sustained a head injury when he hit a halfpipe.

Olympic flame now in London, Ontario Special

The arrival of the Olympic torch in London, Ontario, brings with it a story of love, and highlights a father's devotion to his late son's memory.

Marion Jones Medals to be Reallocated

After nine years the IOC are ready to reallocate the medals taken from disgraced Olympian Marion Jones after doping scandal.

Sidney Crosby to carry Olympic torch

The Pittsburgh Penguins captain, Sidney Crosby, will carry the Olympic torch in his home province of Nova Scotia next month.

2010 Olympic medal design revealed Thursday

The new design for the 2010 Winter Olympic medals was unveiled Thursday morning. The new design was created by Canadian aboriginal artist Corrine Hunt.

The Evolution Of The Olympic Athlete: From Lean To Muscled

Those rippling pectorals and bubbling abdominals haven't always been a part of the Olympic athlete's physique. The question is not have their bodies changed over the years but how are they doing it.

British Journalist Allegedly Beaten by Beijing Police, Violating Free Speech Promise

British journalist John Ray of ITN says he was assaulted by Beijing police today while covering a Tibet demonstration near the main Olympic Sporting Complex. He suffered cuts and bruises after being slammed to the ground and thrown into a van.

New Find By German Archaeologists Reveals Nero's Chariot Course

German archaeologists take credit for a most special find with the help of radar technology. They said they found the Olympic course where Emperor Nero raced chariots.

Thirty Six Tibet Protestors Arrested Whilst Olympic Torch Is Carried Through London

Hundreds of Met police officers lined the 31 mile route around London today as violent clashes between authorities and pro-Tibet protesters resulted in dozens of arrests as they attempted to put the torch out

Op-Ed: Olympic torch rides on a 'wave of oppression'

The Olympic torch has reached Beijing having already been dogged at every stage of its journey by protests. There are no signs that these protests will abate both in China or around the world

Olympic torch flames on despite protest

A solitary protester breached security to protest as the Olympic Torch was officially lit. China's Olympic chief Liu Qi was speaking when the protester ran up behind him. Liu Qi continued to make his speech in Chinese.

Panda Poop Olympic Souvenirs

What to do with 300 tons of panda poop produced in a year? A wildlife research center in Chengdu, China has found an interesting use for the huge amount of poop its 60 giant pandas produce. Olympic souvenirs!

Doubts over 2012 transport plans

Transport plans for the 2012 Olympics rely too much on "highly speculative" assumptions 600,000 Londoners will flee the city for the games, MPs say.

Tired of Laughter Beijing Tries to Clear Up Bad English Translations

Beijing doesn't want to appear foolish in the eyes of Olympic visitors, so it's out to improve the quality of the English on it's signs. "Show Mercy to the Slender Grass" anyone?
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The flags of the competing nations are paraded through the stadium during the Closing Ceremony on Day 16 of the London 2012 Olympic Games at Olympic Stadium.
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Two pairs of the nearly three million pairs of mittens distributed by The Hudson Bay Company.
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